An independent heritage consultancy working for commercial developers and other clients throughout the United Kingdom. Prospect Archaeology has a wealth of experience in all periods of the past, from the truly ancient through to the 20th century and covering both above and below ground heritage.
From an initial phone call through to final planning sign-off and beyond.
With any development it's important to know what you are getting yourself in to.
Achieve Planning Permission
Kirkstall Forge is one of Yorkshire’s largest mixed-use schemes. Planning permission has been granted for a £300m+ regeneration project adjacent to the historic Kirkstall Abbey. The scheme will deliver a new village including a new rail station on this 56 acre brownfield site. Prospect Archaeology has been working closely with the developer for the site, Commercial Estates Group (CEG), to undertake and report on the archaeological investigations as part of the planning application.Read more
Grantside Development’s bold plan to redevelop the former world famous chocolate factory in York into a residential-led mixed use development required Prospect Archaeology to undertake a large programme of building recording and archaeological investigation. This has lead to the formation of a Heritage Management Plan (HMP) submitted as part of the planning application. An HMP is a document detailing the management of multiple heritage assets on a single site and is encouraged and approved by English Heritage.
Other Mixed Use and RetailRead more